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TimestampFirst & Last NameWhat aspects of "content" caught your attention and had you thinking "I did not know that".Which areas, if any, in the video you felt could have been improved as far as "content"?Overall, how would you rate this video?
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7/18/2013 13:54:21She wore many different pins and patches on her WPA uniform.It would have been nice to know what the WPA did. Also I wondered what the purpose of the organization was.3
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7/18/2013 13:54:40I did not know that there was a separate core fr women and that their emblem was the Greek goddess Athena.An introduction to what was being discussed and a current picture of the person interviewed4
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7/18/2013 13:54:51BuhlerThat there was base in Salina Kansas.We got lost about the pin , Athena of WR.4
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7/18/2013 13:55:19USD 387Amount of pay was a shock, did not know they made that small of an amount. Did not know the WAC existed. Closed captioning, there were times when the sound was difficult to hear... Possibly updated pictures... More in depth as to metals recieved... Make the video match the descriptions... Follow up information...4
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7/18/2013 13:56:21Athena was the goddess of war. Women were celebrated with many medals and badges for serving their time.More detail regarding her specific job and what it entailed.3
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7/18/2013 13:57:11Karen and CarrieWaac wac
The duties of a service woman
She was labeled Godess of war
Wore pins and badges
Why she became a service woman? What were her accomplishments? She earned badges, what for? Who influenced her? 3
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7/18/2013 13:57:59Texas GalsThe goddess of war & other medals that they had to wear all the time along with dog tags; couldn't join in men's activitiesMore questions about her life experiences; comparing men's & women's experiences3
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7/18/2013 13:58:35Diana Cordell- information on Athena
-the pay
-time getting dressed
-details on medals
-personal details on daily life
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7/18/2013 13:59:40USD 205We did not know that there was a women's corp in Salina, Kansas.The volume was very low. The answers that Connie gave were not very clear. The ending just stopped, there was no closure. 3
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7/18/2013 14:00:15We liked that the story was told in a personal narrative. It was nice to hear the first person accounting as well. The pictures of the badges and medals was good too. I needed a little more information on exactly what the women did. 3
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7/18/2013 14:01:13When women entered the military. Badges specific to women. Specific information on more of the badges. Share more issues experienced while serving as compared to men. 3
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7/18/2013 14:02:38The name change for the WCC.
Clariy where she was based..unless I didn't hear it..at times hard to understand
More history of the WCC, what other duties did women do?4
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7/18/2013 14:02:41We didn't know what he WAC and WACC were all about. Camp Phillips is something we did not know a lot about. Adding another interview from a person in the area who knew of the history of Camp Phillips. More pictures of the Camp Phillips.3
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7/18/2013 14:02:49The name change for the WCC.
Clariy where she was based..unless I didn't hear it..at times hard to understand
More history of the WCC, what other duties did women do?4
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7/18/2013 14:03:06Jackie and monikaWe didn't know about the women who servedStated that Chester was being interviewed
More information
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7/18/2013 14:03:16Badges and pins
Women were not allowed in town
Had jobs to do as we'll
Want were the different jobs they had to complete?
Would have liked more content, ended abruptly.
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7/18/2013 14:03:42Women in serviceText or headline overlays.4
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7/18/2013 14:04:49All the badges the women had to wear
Wasn't long enough for the subject matter
More specific information
Current photo of Connie
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